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Establishing Congress: The Removal to Washington, D.C., and the Election of 1800 (Perspective History Of Congres) epub ebook

by Kenneth R. Bowling,Donald R. Kennon

Establishing Congress: The Removal to Washington, D.C., and the Election of 1800 (Perspective History Of Congres) epub ebook

Author: Kenneth R. Bowling,Donald R. Kennon
Category: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Ohio University Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 2005)
Pages: 264 pages
ISBN: 0821416197
ISBN13: 978-0821416198
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Series: Perspective History Of Congres.

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When, in 1790, much to everybody's relief, it was decided that the United States government should abandon Philadelphia, it was known officially as "the removal. The first president of the country died in 1799. Congress wanted to bury Washington in Washington but John Augustine Washington -- a feisty nephew -- would not part with the old man's bones. It was a damn good thing that he refused: the drawings of proposed mausoleums show structures that could best be described as Trump Retrograde.

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Establishing Congress dispels the myths and misinformation that surround the federal government's move to Washington and demonstrates that the election of 1800 changed American party polities forever, establishing the success of the American experiment in government and completing the founding of the Republic. It also contends that the lame-duck session of Congress had far-reaching implications for the governance of the District of Columbia.

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Establishing Congress: The Removal to Washington, D.C., and the Election of 1800 focuses on the end of the 1790s, when, in rapid succession, George Washington died, the federal government moved to Washington, D.C., and the election of 1800 put Thomas Jefferson and the Democratic-Republican Party in charge of the federal government. Establishing Congress dispels the myths and misinformation that surround the federal government’s move to Washington and demonstrates that the election of 1800 changed American party politics forever, establishing the success of the American experiment in government and completing the founding of the Republic. It also contends that the lame-duck session of Congress had far-reaching implications for the governance of the District of Columbia. Later chapters examine aspects of the political iconography of the Capitol—one illuminating Jefferson’s role in turning the building into a temple for the legislature and an instrument for nation-building, another analyzing the fascinating decades-long debate over whether to bury George Washington in the Capitol. The book considers as well the political implications of social life in early Washington, examining the political lobbying by Washington women within a social context and detailing the social and political life in the city’s homes, hotels, boardinghouses, and eating messes. Establishing Congress is an invaluable reference work for anyone interested in these pivotal moments in American history.

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